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August 15, 1998 | From Times Wire Services
Rebel soldiers fighting President Laurent Kabila's rule in Congo gathered in a minute Atlantic town Friday for what a commander said would be the final assault on the capital. "We have come a very long way, and Kinshasa is now very near," rebel commander Munyatenda Kayoyo said in Muanda. Kabila's whereabouts was unknown Friday, with some sources saying he left Kinshasa, and another saying he had returned and was "working like normal."
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August 15, 1998 | From Times Wire Services
Rebel soldiers fighting President Laurent Kabila's rule in Congo gathered in a minute Atlantic town Friday for what a commander said would be the final assault on the capital. "We have come a very long way, and Kinshasa is now very near," rebel commander Munyatenda Kayoyo said in Muanda. Kabila's whereabouts was unknown Friday, with some sources saying he left Kinshasa, and another saying he had returned and was "working like normal."
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August 14, 1998 | From Times Wire Services
President Laurent Kabila has sacked his newly appointed army chief because of his conduct of a widening war with rebels, officials said Thursday. They did not say when Kabila dismissed army chief Celestine Kifwa, a brother-in-law of the president who took over from Rwandan James Kabera, sacked last month.
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August 14, 1998 | From Times Wire Services
President Laurent Kabila has sacked his newly appointed army chief because of his conduct of a widening war with rebels, officials said Thursday. They did not say when Kabila dismissed army chief Celestine Kifwa, a brother-in-law of the president who took over from Rwandan James Kabera, sacked last month.
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